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that this is consistent with mr. zimmerman's account that mr. , leanings over him forward at the time of the shots. >> at times using a photo of a bloodied george zimmerman, he told the jury that his wounds were consistent with being punched. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and told police he killed martin in self-defense. >> are his injuries consistent with mr. zimmerman's head making contact with the sidewalk westmark >> yes. >> the prosecution was quick. they made the point that he only relied on mr. zimmerman's account and is ago evidence to form his opinions. >> i'm seeing the physical evidence is consistent with mr. martin being over mr. zimmerman. >> is it not also consistent with mr. martin pulling away from zimmerman on the ground, and at the same angle he is pulling away and zimmerman is shooting? >> yes. >> the jury will have to decide which version the evidence supports. deliberations could begin at the end of this week. >> they could introduce evidence that trace amounts of thc was found in trayvon martin's system at his death. it was not part of the testimony
. i think that's -- >> overruled. the court is entitled to inquire of mr. zimmerman's determination whether or not he wants to testify. mr. zimmerman, have you made a decision as to whether or not you want to testify in this case? >>> getting ready to wrap, the defense team says they're prepared to wrap up as early as today and the jury will begin to deliberate the fate a man claims he shot an unarm ed teen, that t was self-defense. there is still one big question, will zimmerman testify in his own defense. that issue sparked a heated exchange a few minutes ago. watch this in the courtroom. >> have you made a decision, sir, whorcht yether or not you testify? >> your honor, i object to that question. >> okay. overruled. have you made a decision whether or not you want to testify in this case. >> i object to that question. >> overruled. the court is entitled to inquire of mr. zimmerman's determination whether or not he wants to testify. mr. zimmerman, have you made a decision as to whether or not you want to testify in this case? >> no. not at this time. >> okay. and when is it that -
. >> in the face of contact of the clothing indicates this is consistent with mr. zimmerman's account that he, that mr. martin was over him, leaning forward at the time of being shot. >> reporter: at times using a photo of a bloody george zimmerman, he said the wounds were consistent with being shot. george zimmerman is pleading not guilty to second-degree murder. >> is this injury consistent with mr. zimmerman's head having impacted a sidewalk? >> yes. >> reporter: the state's cross-examination was quick but thorough. the prosecutor stressing that the doctor relied primarily only on physical evidence of the gunshot wound and zimmerman's account of what happened to form his opinions. >> i'm saying that the physical evidence is consistent with mr. martin being over mr. zimmerman. >> is it not also consistent with mr. martin pulling away from zimmerman on the ground and you would have the same angle, he's pulling away, and zimmerman shooting him at that time. >> yeah. >> reporter: the jury will ultimately have to decide which version the evidence supports. now, yesterday as we talked about, the
to testify in this case? >> no, not at this time. >> i object to the court inquiring of mr. zimmerman as to his decision about whether or not to testify. >> your objection is overruled. >> reporter: but after a tense exchange between judge debra nelson and zimmerman's lawyers he made his choice. >> after consulting with counsel, not to testify, your honor. >> reporter: there was also proof in court wednesday you can learn a lot from a dummy. during one of the most surreal moments in court, both sides straddled a foam dummy in attempts to illustrate the conflicting arguments as to what happened the night trayvon martin was killed. prosecutors john guy argued it would be difficult for zimmerman to shoot at a 90-degree angle had trayvon martin been on top as presented by the defense. >> would it be consistent the 90 degrees if trayvon martin had been backing up and the defendant raised his gun and shot at 09 degrees. >> reporter: then defense mark o'mara grabbed the dummy. >> were they inconsistent with someone doing this? >> reporter: on the final day of testimony, robert zimmerman retu
to four inches away from martin's body. >> that this is consistent with mr. zimmerman's, that martin was over him, but his findings called into question were zimmerman intptionally targeted martin, pointed to other possibilities. >> is it sphept with mr. mar ten pulling away. he's pulling away and zimmerman shooting him at that time. >> yes. >> dimao explained despite the injury to zimmerman's head, the evidence doesn't reveal who initiated the confrontation that ultimately led to martin's death a judge ruled the jury will be aloud to hear testimony about the toxicology report showing there was marijuana in marren it's system when he died. reporting from sanford, florida. >> the retrial date for amanda knox is set for september 30th. knox's acquittal was overturned in march, so there were deficiencies and contradesks in the rulg. they are determining if knox and her former boyfriend killed her british roommate. >> there's a new option about serving in afghanistan. it could bring our troops home by next summer. right now the schedule has troops leaving by the end of 2014. the presiden
with mr. zimmerman sat on mr. martin was over hand leaning forward at the time of the shot. >> a neighbor testified by skype saying it was george zimmerman's voice on the 911 call screaming for help. >> they said i don't approve george's voice. i would say it was him. >> by him you mean who? >> george zimmerman. >> the trial resumes later this morning by 9:00. the judge rules whether the jury will see the animation of the fatal altercation as well as trayvon martin's text messages. >> thank you very much. appreciate it, anna. >> for the first time survivors of the boston bombing will come face to face with the man charged with vicious acts of terror. dzhokhar tsarnaev will make his first appearance in front of the judge. he has several counts ranging murder to mass destruction. >> i want to know why. it doesn't make snins to me whatsoever. he hurt innocent people. i don't know how he can live in our country and just feel that way. >> tsarnaev is accused of killing three and wounding more than 200 others. 17 of the charges carry a penalty of life in prison or the death penalty. the courtho
's simply unfair for mr. zimmerman not to be able to put on his defense because of the state's tactics. it was a strategy because they had it in january and kept it from us. >> the defense wants jurors to hear about trayvon martin's text messages which reportedly showed he had been in fights and was trying to allow guns. george zimmerman maintains he shot the teen in self-defense. >>> we need to stand together as one, no cuffs no guns. let's give violence a rest. >> i know your patients will be tested. >> that is the message from florida authorities as the verdict at the george zimmerman trial looms overhead. millions of americans have made up their minds about what they believe should happen and no matter how the verdict falls authorities worry
with mr. zimmerman's account that he -- that mr. martin was over him. leaning forward at the time he was shot. >>steve: that backs up george zimmerman's self-defense claim. also, later on today the defense will probably rest. the judge will decide whether or not to include a 3-d movie that shows, according to eyewitness accounts and george zimmerman's accounts, how trayvon martin was on top of him. >>brian: i don't know how that can be allowed and i don't think it will be allowed. how can you as a defense, even though it helps me as a juror if it's accurate, put together an animation of what happened. i can see if you spliced together actual surveillance video. but to say i have an idea let's say it happened like the defense wanted it to happen. i don't think that is going to be let in. what are we looking at? maybe one more day. the defense rests today or tomorrow. it gets to the jury friday. >>steve: probably today. also the judge is going to decide whether or not to let in -- this is one of the thing they were arguing about after the jury was dismissed yesterday, was somehow some
that the physical evidence is consistent with mr. martin being over mr. zimmerman. >> is it not also consistent with mr. martin pulling away zimmerman on the ground? and you would have the same angle, he's pulling away, and zimmerman's shooting him at that time. >> yeah. >> reporter: defense attorneys also called george zimmerman's former neighbor to testify via video conference because she was too ill to appear in court. eloise dilligard told the court the night of the shooting she recognized zimmerman's truck parked near the crime scene. o'mara asked dilligard who she thought was screaming that night. >> based on the fact i've only heard george's voice and it's a male light, i would say it was his. >> reporter: so, chris, it was a long, long night yesterday. you know, and you could tell -- you could see these attorneys getting upset. especially don west. the way he was talking to judge debra nelson. i want you to listen to just a little bit of what we heard last night. >> -- said i would offer him the opportunity right now to apologize to me for suggesting that i stood by silently with inform
is consistent with mr. martin being over mr. zimmerman. >> is it not also consistent with mr. martin pulling away from zimmerman on the ground? and you would have the same angle, he's pulling away, and zimmerman's shooting him at that time? >> yes. >> reporter: defense attorneys also called george zimmerman's former neighbor to testify via video conference because she was too ill to appear in court. eloise dilligard told the court the night of the shooting she recognized zimmerman's truck parked near the crime scene. o'mara also asked dilligard who she thought was screaming on the video that night. >> based on the fact that i've only heard george's voice and it was a male voice, i would say it was his. >> reporter: george howell, cnn, sanford, florida. >> our thanks to george for that report. another big day in court today. >>> in newly sealed court documents, the aaron hernandez murder case revealed that one or two accomplices claims that hernandez admitted to fatally shooting odin lloyd. among the evidence seized from the home, surveillance video from after the murder that shows the former
indicates that this is consistent with mr. zimmerman'sz account that he -- that mr. martin was over him leaning forward at the time he was shot. >> the defense expert analyzinga the photos also supporting skimmerman's claim that tray von martin was pummeling him withith his fist and smashing his head to the walkway about. up on cross they exploited the fact that the expert has been paid more than $2,000 to test t and cannot say who instigated the altercation. >> you can't say whether it was trayvon martin or george zimmerren defending himself when it are the first started. sta >> that's correct, sir. s >> i'm not having a jury sit here for 45 minutes doing nothing. >> an aif no, id judge posttraumatic stress disordered a critical hearing on a defense produced animation they want the jury to see. it's based on crime scene data,, a 91 cull and one account.. >> prosecutors say it's self serving inaccurate and confusing. >> there's confusion this morning oversi whether nsa leake edward snowdlen go to venezuela. wikileeks said he has not formally accepted the offer. there was a posting said
. zimmerman'ss account, that he -- that mr. martin was over him leaning forward at the time he was shot. >> the defense also wants to introduce text messages and a facebook posting by martin abou a fight he supposedly had with a friend. the judge had ruled that the teen's interest in guns and fighting couldn't be used in opening statements. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second degree murder charges. he claims he acted in self-defense. >>> there's more confusionmo whether nsa leaker snowden willn depo to venezuela. wikileak said that he has not formally accepted asylum in venezuela. the tweet was deleted a few minutes after it was posted. the lawmaker says its claim wasm paced on a report from russian t.v. news. >>> the morning line, we're li talking about the washington kastles, they won their 34th consecutive match, and now theh, record for the longest winning streak, the los angeles lakers this held the title for his historic run in the 1972, and '73 season.se a team that included west, andin last night the kastles topped,cl leading the way for kevinas anderson for men's new cus
rested. the accused, george zimmerman, will not take the stand in his own defense. >> mr. zimmerman, please stand up. is it your decision to not testify in this case? >> yes, your honor. >> reporter: in court wednesday the defense called their final witnesses. among them, dennis root, an expert on the use of force. he was asked if zimmerman had any other options but to shoot 17-year-old trayvon martin. >> i don't know what else he could have done based on his abilities. he doesn't seem to have any. >> zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of trayvon martin but maintains it was self-defense. he has pled not guilty. also wednesday prosecutors brought out a life-sized foam mannequin. >> this appear to be anatomically correct? >> reporter: and asked the witness what may have happened just before the shooting. >> were you aware the defendant described to his best friend that when he slid down the defendant, slid down that trayvon martin was up around his arm pits? were you aware of that? >> no, i've not heard that, no, sir. >> where would the gun be now? >> now t
. >> on a scale of one oten where would mr. zimmerman lie? >> like i said level one. >> the judge ruled marijuana in trayvon martin's system is admitted into evidence. court is expected to start earlier today, 8:30 a.m. eastern time and we expect the judge, chris and kate, to rule on whether a computer re-enactment will be able to be admitted in this trial. we'll also expect to hear from more witnesses, more experts in this case. >> george howell following it in sanford, thanks so much. >>> coming up next on "new day," john king with our political gut check. >>> plus a young mom from michigan caught on tape trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband. you have to hear it to believe it. >>> here's another one for you, if fish aren't biting call this guy, he'll catch your dinner, no pole included. there it is, you thought i was kidding, right? >> i did. members of the american postal worker's union handle more than 165 billion letters and packages a year. that's about 34 million pounds of mail every day. ever wonder what this costs you as a taxpayer? millions? tens of millions? hundreds of millions
. you have mr. zimmerman who claims that he was being beaten but the injuries don't show that. he could have been unreasonable in his view. a jury could easily see that. i wouldn't view it as a compromise. i think that a jury could come to that pretty easily. at first they will wrestle with the whole question and if they can't do that, they go to the next issue. it would be well within the four corners of the evidence if they reach that verdict. >> we're looking at jury deliberations now hitting six hours. what's your thought? take us inside those deliberations. what they're discussing and doing. >> given i've not had a chance to see with the jury but i've watched a lot. there's a lot of different evidence going on here. this is where people's individual biases come out about what they're views about people and their attitudes and there has to be someone in there that's like a cop to cause people not to let their particular bias overwhelm the judgment of the case. you'll have different interpretation of what that evidence means. you have to fight through these jury instructions. the big
it was indicated by mr. zimmerman that one of the reasons he was stopping and looking at trayvon martin was that he believed that he was on drugs. now we'll have evidence that corroborates his suspicion. if there was any doubt in terms of him stopping or inquiring or looking at that moment, the fact that mr. martin was on drugs at the time of his death is very important. we'll also hear some expert testimony that will say it's not what you think in terms of thc, cannabis, pot, that it mellows you that you can engage in violent conduct and violent behavior that's unpredictable when you're on that particular drug. >> brian: we'll be watching this case today and then talking to you tomorrow. peter johnson, jr., thank you so much. >> have a good day. >> brian: i don't know what to believe when it comes to this. can goats climb trees? all i see are goats falling out of trees. is this legit or not? who better to ask than jack hannah. first check in with another goat expert, martha mccallum, who also doesn't need jack hannah. she knows goats can't climb. >> it's a little known point about me, that i'm an
of the clothing indicates that this is consis zimmerman's account that he, that mr. martin was over him leaning forward at the time he was shot. >> the defense expert analyzing these photos supporting zimmerman's claim that trayvon martin was pummeling his first and smashing his head into the walk kay -- walkway but on prosecution they exploited the fact that this expert has been paid $2,000 to testify and cannot say who instigated the altercation. >> you can't say whether it was trayvon martin defending himself or george zimmerman defending himself in terms of when this first started? >> when it first started, that's correct, sir. >> i'm not having a jury it is back here for another 45 minutes doing nothing. >> this morning an mid to deborah judge postponed a critical hearing on a defense produced animation it wants the jury to see. the animation is based on crime scene data a 911 call and one partial eyewitness account. itself serving inaccurate and confusing. >> mainly juror development in egypt as the country leader announced a transition plan. interim president named a new prime minister.
a story consistent with what george zimmerman says happened. >> mr. martin was over him, leaning forward, at the time he was shot. >> my head was on the cement. >> reporter: zimmerman told police, as they retraced the events on videotape, that martin repeatedly slammed his head into the concrete. in court tuesday, the jury again saw police evidence photos of zimmerman's head that night. >> what i'm saying is that you can get severe head trauma with actually without any marks on the head. >> reporter: zimmerman has said martin was covering his mouth during the struggle, but the medical examiner who conducted the autopsy says he found no blood on martin's hands. >> i put my hand over that, right? >> okay, yes. >> what do you expect my hand to have on it? >> blood. >> i got on top of him. >> reporter: another issue on tuesday. zimmerman told investigators he placed martin's arms out to his sides after the shooting. but according to police reports, martin's hands were under his body. dr. di maio testified, martin could have moved, even after he was shot through the heart. >> if i'm right now
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